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Spider Webs: Questions Answered!

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Understanding The Webs

How can I tell what kind of spider web I have?

Identifying the type of spider web in your home can provide valuable insights into the species of spiders present. Common types of spider webs include:

Orb Webs: These are the classic, circular-shaped webs typically built by garden spiders. They catch flying insects and are often found outdoors.

Cobwebs: Cobwebs are irregular and messy, commonly associated with house spiders. They are built in corners and crevices, capturing crawling pests.

Funnel Webs: Funnel-shaped webs are constructed by funnel-web spiders. They wait inside the funnel for prey to enter.

Sheet Webs: These flat webs are created by sheet-weaving spiders. They are usually found in vegetation and capture ground-dwelling insects.

Knowing the type of web can help you understand the spider’s behavior and implement effective control measures.

Do spiders make a new web every day?

Most spiders only create a new web a few times a week. Instead, they maintain and repair their existing webs as needed. This helps conserve energy and resources. Orb-weaving spiders, for instance, may rebuild damaged portions of their web or construct a new one if their current web becomes too damaged.

Do spiders destroy their own webs?

Spiders do not intentionally destroy their webs. However, they may accidentally damage them while hunting or moving around. When this occurs, many spiders will consume the damaged web, recycling the silk proteins to rebuild or repair their webs.

Effective Pest Control Strategies

Is your pest control service safe for kids and pets?

Absolutely. At Barrier Pest Control, we prioritize safety. All our products are labeled for safe use, and we adhere to national and state guidelines for application. The only precaution required is to keep people and pets off treated areas until they are dry, ensuring their safety.

Do I have to leave my house for service?

Our standard pest control service does not require you to vacate your home before, during, or after treatment. We ensure that our procedures are non-disruptive to your daily routine.

Why do I need a winter service?

Pests don’t disappear in the winter; they seek shelter indoors. Barrier Pest Control’s winter service is designed to target overwintering insects and rodents. Our treatments create a long-term barrier, activated by winter conditions, to keep your home pest-free throughout the colder months.

What can I do to keep bugs and spiders out?

Preventing pest infestations begins with proactive measures:

Trim Vegetation: Keep all plants and shrubs well-maintained to reduce hiding spots for pests.

Reduce Clutter: Clear woodpiles, construction materials, and debris away from your home’s perimeter.

Maintain Sanitation: Regular cleaning, vacuuming, and dusting help eliminate food sources for pests.

Eliminate Standing Water: Pests are attracted to water sources, so ensure there are no indoor or outdoor puddles.

Minimize Nighttime Lights: Use yellow light bulbs, less attractive to insects, to reduce the influx of nighttime pests.

The Barrier Pest Control Difference

At Barrier Pest Control, we are committed to delivering exceptional service, and that’s what sets us apart:

We Answer When You Call: Our dedication to being there for you when you need us is unwavering. We believe in timely responses to address your worries.

We Return Every Message: Leaving a message after hours will be noticed. We make it a point to return your call the next business day.

No Surprise Visits: We prioritize transparency, ensuring you know what services we provide and when we’ll perform them.

We Show Up When We Say We Will: Punctuality is essential to us. We’ll let you know if there are any changes to your appointment.

Licensed, Insured, and Safe: Barrier Pest Control meets industry standards. Our technicians are licensed, insured, and well-trained, providing safe services for your family and property.

Clean & Tidy: Our technicians respect your home, wearing shoe covers and cleaning up after service.

In conclusion, choosing Barrier Pest Control means choosing a team dedicated to keeping your home pest-free. We believe in serving something greater than ourselves and providing value to our customers. If you’d like to upgrade your pest control service, contact us at (208) 463-4533.

Give Us A Shot!

Because of who we are, our history, our commitment to the future, our guarantee, and the specific standards that we hold ourselves to, we are confident that you will want to do business with us. Give us a call at (208) 463-4533 to request a quote! We are open Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM.

Service Area (Southwest Idaho)

Our pest control services are also available in Boise, Garden City, Eagle, Emmett, Meridian, Kuna, Nampa, Melba, Middleton, Star, Marsing, Homedale, Caldwell and Mountain Home.